The women and men who have broken their silence span all races, all income classes, all occupations and virtually all corners of the globe. They're part of a movement that has no formal name. But now they have a voice.
Martha Kanya-Forstner is the editor behind three books that just won the Giller Prize and Writers’ Trust awards.
The Tragic Tale of the Great Auk beats out four other finalists for the TD Canadian Children's Literature award.
Canadian author’s work draws on her experiences visiting some of the world’s most troubled places, and her need to tell untold stories.
The first edition of the Calgary Canzine fair is celebrating the city's flourishing small press community
Acclaimed Toronto author Margaret Atwood and former CBC News anchor Peter Mansbridge will be honoured at next year’s Canadian Screen Awards.
The Vancouver-based author's second novel explores the lives of young Black men growing up in the oft-maligned Toronto suburb of "Scarberia"
Nicole Stamp is a director, actor, and television host living in Toronto.
A literary prize born out of a media scandal will bestow $25,000 in various awards to burgeoning Indigenous writers.
Jonathan and Drew Scott do it all. Not only are they the stars of successful HGTV shows like Property Brothers and Brother vs. Brother, but the identical twins are also entrepreneurs and authors.